The Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block likely stretches the definition of “gallery,” but we do love the space. The exhibitions are sometimes big (Livin’ Large: Works from the 1980s), sometimes small (Those sketches from the 1850s Pacific Railroad Survey), sometimes glorious (Southwest Anthems: Landscapes of a Region), sometimes local (Welcome to Beveldom). The classes expand the mind of young and old alike. Café a la C’Art serves delicious omelets, salads, deserts and more. La Casa Cordova remains one of Tucson’s most dazzling Christmas traditions. And we can’t wait to see what they do with the upcoming Western Heroes of Pulp Fiction: Dime Novels to Pulp Culture.
2. DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun
3. Etherton Gallery